$217K Was Nothing Personal

A cabinet appointee under ethics investigation yesterday said her vote to award $217,661 in taxpayers’ subsidies to a company she owned was not a personal benefit. Annette Verschuren, former chair of the Canada Foundation for Sustainable Development Technology, resigned November 20: “I am sure that I didn’t break any ethics laws, absolutely.”

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